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heavily in how people perceive these debates. we'll speak with former fbi body language expert about the next move for both candidate before they get back into stage. it could play heavily how we see things going forward and how these debates, how the perception of them goes forward. >> it's not just what you say but how you say it. stay with us this is cbs "this morning saturday." we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,, . >>> story caught our attention, nationals earlier this week, first division crown since they moved to washington in 2005. it's interesting because bernanke, ben bernanke, our fed chairman did something pretty rare, i think of a fed chairman. he wrote this essay in the "wall street journal" and said people decry the absence of leadership in washington these days. my response look no further than the home team dugout at national park. he's applauding what they are doing. >> ben bernanke is a baseball fan. who knew. >> he has loved the nationals ever since 2005. >> look, it's all about bringing economics into the ball game. and analyzing players from a fiscal point of view. thi
fbi body language expert about the next move for both candidate before they get back into stage. it could play heavily how we see things going forward and how these debates, how the perception of them goes forward. >> it's not just what you say but how you say it. stay with us this is cbs "this morning saturday." we'll be right back. i don't spend money on gasoline. i am probably going to the gas station about once a month. last time i was at a gas station was about...i would say... two months ago. i very rarely put gas in my chevy volt. i go to the gas station such a small amount that i forget how to put gas in my car. [ male announcer ] and it's not just these owners giving the volt high praise. volt received the j.d. power and associates appeal award two years in a row. ♪ ♪ >>> who is the champion? he's a champ on the links. watch this. michael phelps hit this putt in scotland on friday that kept going and going and going. he's just learning,000 play the game. but he's got the strokes. because after traveling 153 feet the putt dropped in. he celebrated like tiger woods. >
-it notes cling to the blackened walls left behind by fbi investigators who finally made it to the crime scene for a single day last week. today's congressional hearings will examine what, if any, mistakes or misjudgments about security led to the attack on september 11th that left four americans dead. >> senior correspondents john miller is a former fbi deputy director and is with us this morning. john, big hearings on capital hill today. new information released last night. first we learn 230 specific security incidents in libya between june 2011 and july 2012. was there enough security? >> and that is going to be the burning question at the hearing today. i think when you look at, you know -- i've been going through these reports all night. this is a 230 incidents. when you get to page 51 of that there's a very interesting quote. it says, the risk of u.s. mission personnel, private u.s. citizens and business persons encountering an isolating event as a result of militia and political violence is high, in capital letters. the government of libya does not yet have the ability to effecti
about 200 people marched through downtown. no one was arrested. >>> today the fbi plans to comb through a murder scene in hercules. susie ko was killed at her home friday night between 7:00 and 10:00 by someone who stole her car a blue subaru. ko was a well thought of former teacher. traffic traffic and weather coming right up ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing a reason...to look twice. introducing a stunning work of technology -- the entirely new lexus es. and the first-ever es hybrid. >>> good morning. we are just getting word of capitol corridor delays, train number 525 delayed 25 minutes between suisun and martinez. on the roads, a look at one of our bridges, san mateo bridge. westbound 92 looks good right now. we had an earlier crash westbound 92 approaching 101. it is now off to the right-hand shoulder so yeah, it is "holiday light" across the bay area this morning. a lot of folks have columbus day off. here's a live look at the nimitz, 880 past the coliseum. no delay right now in those northbound lanes right there past the coliseum. that is your "timesaver traffic." for your fore
by my search committee, background check by the fbi, turned you inside out. what did we miss? what flaw in your character, what deep abiding secret. i need to know in a need to know now. >> i've been in a taliban cell for several years. i didn't get much chance to misbehave. >> axs gansa and howard gordon are here, producers of "homeland." what is it about "homeland." it's done well. what is it that makes it, everyone i know once they see it gets captured. >> it's a question we're asked all the time and our first response is we really don't know exactly what it is but it's, you know, it's the sum of its parts. it's a great group of writers in the writers room. it's an amazing cast in front of the camera. and it's just a collective, you know, creative experience that seems to be working and it's a miracle. >> based on an israeli series who saw the israeli series and said eureka this is a great home we can bring it home. >> i wish it was that simple. our agent had come back from israel where he represents the company which shoots the israeli version of the show and he called me. it was th
is fbi special agent kate mayfield. the previous five books were set in the states, mostly the new york area. this is the first one i took him out of the country and he got assigned to go there. he doesn't want to go there. he goes to yemen to look for the panther. the panther is a yemeni american born in new jersey raised here went to colombian university but took up the cause of jihad, went back to his ancestral home in yemen. i postulate, this is based a little on truth he was one of the master mines of the u.s.s. cole bombing. >> that's the premise of it. >> how much of you book is fact and how much is fiction? you're clearly weaving in what have been some terrorism news events in the past? >> i look at the facts as the skeleton of the book. the facts are all true. if they sound true, they probably are true. but novels make it up. you've got to make up the dialogue. it all hangs on the -- the incident was the "u.s.s. cole" bombing. the joint terrorist task force is stationed in foreign countries, yemen being one of them. so the facts are there. this is not a primmer
fbi people, i've been doing this for a while now. some of the people i spoke to initially are retired and they tend to speak more freely when they are retired. i don't name sources not a good thing. even retired people don't want to be acknowledged in the book. but i just -- i fell into this plan years ago having to know people. >> are you friend with our john miller. he could be a great help to you. are you friend with him? >> you should meet him. >> john was one of the first interviews back in 1978 with him when i did my first book. >> i wonder if john miller is anywhere in that book. thank you. >> a page turner as they say. "the panther" goes on sale tuesday by the way. when we come back, paul thomas anderson. he gave us boogie nights. remember what boogie nights was about? there will be blood. his latest movie is causing quite a stir in hollywood. we'll talk about that. he's the director of the movie called "the master." he joins us next right after >>> boogie nights established director paul thomas anderson an important name in hollywood. his latest film "the master" tells the st
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